The Sliders find themselves in a present-day San Francisco where the “Summer of Love” never ended – and Wade and Rembrandt are mistaken for extraterrestrial prophets.
In a world where England won the Revolutionary War, the Sliders are embroiled in an assassination plot involving the heir to the throne and an evil Sheriff of San Francisco.
When Wade is infected with a deadly virus on an Earth wracked by an epidemic, Rembrandt and Arturo race to find a cure and free Quinn from a Gestapo-like health agency.
The salvation of a world facing destruction by an asteroid rests in the hands of Arturo and an overzealous young scientist. Meanwhile, Quinn and Wade Begin to face their feelings for each other.
Arturo finds himself in a potentially deadly mayoral race in a world where men are treated as “the weaker sex” and women hold the positions of power and influence.
While Quinn struggles with fame in a world where intellect is prized, Arturo tries for a reconciliation with a long-lost love.
It looks like the King is back when Rembrandt is mistaken for a long-deceased rock legend, but an old enemy would like to see the Crying Man disappear again – permanently.
Wade finds that she has money to burn when she wins the lottery in a seemingly utopian world, but she soon discovers that her silver cloud has a very dark lining.